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Canadian Fall, Canada, 1870, by Otto Reinhold Jacobi.

Canadian Fall, Canada, 1870, by Otto Reinhold Jacobi.

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Canada Colors pictures - Freaking News

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Midland Ontario:   Ste.-Marie-Among- The-Hurons is a French Jesuit settlement built in 1639. It's the first settlement built in Ontario.

Midland Ontario: Ste.-Marie-Among- The-Hurons is a French Jesuit settlement built in 1639. It's the first settlement built in Ontario.

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Sir John Franklin, Arctic navigator and explorer

Biography – FRANKLIN, Sir JOHN – Volume VII (1836-1850) – Dictionary of Canadian Biography

FRANKLIN, Sir JOHN, naval officer, explorer, colonial governor, and author; b. 16 April 1786 in Spilsby, England, son of Willingham Franklin and Hannah Weeks; m. first 19 Aug. 1823 Eleanor Anne Porden (d. 1825) in London, England, and they had one daughter; m. secondly 5 Nov. 1828 Jane Griffin* in Stanmore (London), England; they had no children; d. 11 June 1847, probably on board hms Erebus near King William Island (Nt).

RIGAUD DE VAUDREUIL DE CAVAGNIAL, PIERRE DE, marquis de Vaudreuil

Biographie – BEAUHARNOIS DE LA BOISCHE, CHARLES DE, marquis de BEAUHARNOIS – Volume III (1741-1770) – Dictionnaire biographique du Canada

BEAUHARNOIS DE LA BOISCHE, CHARLES DE, marquis de BEAUHARNOIS, seigneur de Villechauve, officier de marine, gouverneur général de la Nouvelle-France, lieutenant général des armées navales, né au château familial de La Chaussaye, près d’Orléans, France, et baptisé le 12 octobre 1671, fils de François de Beauharnois de La Boische, et de Marguerite-Françoise Pyvart (Pinard) de Chastullé, inhumé le 12 juillet 1749 dans la paroisse de Saint-Sauveur à Paris.

George Vancouver,  born June 22, 1757—explored w James Cook—Vancouver and shipmates were first Europeans to set foot in BC  – Dictionary of Canadian Biography

Biography – VANCOUVER, GEORGE – Volume IV (1771-1800) – Dictionary of Canadian Biography

VANCOUVER, GEORGE, naval officer and explorer; b. 22 June 1757 at King’s Lynn, England, sixth and youngest child of John Jasper Vancouver, deputy collector of customs at King’s Lynn and a descendant of the titled Van Coeverden family, one of the oldest in Holland, and Bridget Berners, daughter of an old Essex and Norfolk family that traced its ancestry back to Sir Richard Grenville of Revenge fame; d. 12 May 1798 at Petersham (Greater London), England.

Original title: John A. MacDonald (1815-91). "Canada's first prime minister and architect of the Canadian constitution, the British North America Act...His biggest achievement was guiding the constitutional conferences which led to the 1867 BNA Act, joining Quebec, Ontario, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia as the confederation of Canada...Macdonald led the country through many difficult periods including Fenian attacks through the USA and the union of the colonies of P.E.I., BC and Manitoba…

Biography – MACDONALD, Sir JOHN ALEXANDER – Volume XII (1891-1900) – Dictionary of Canadian Biography

MACDONALD, Sir JOHN ALEXANDER, lawyer, businessman, and politician; b. 10 Jan. 1815 (the registered date) or 11 Jan. (the date he and his family celebrated) in Glasgow, Scotland, son of Hugh Macdonald and Helen Shaw; m. first 1 Sept. 1843 Isabella Clark (d. 1857) in Kingston, Upper Canada, and they had two sons; m. secondly 16 Feb. 1867 Susan Agnes Bernard* in London, England, and they had a daughter; d. 6 June 1891 in Ottawa.

CHAMPLAIN, SAMUEL DE, draftsman, geographer, explorer, founder of Quebec in 1608, lieutenant to Lieutenant-General Pierre Du Gua de Monts 1608–12, to Lieutenant-General Bourbon de Soissons in 1612, to Viceroy Bourbon de Condé 1612–20, to Viceroy de Montmorency 1620–25, to Viceroy de Ventadour 1625–27; commandant at Quebec in 1627 and 1628, between de Ventadour’s resignation and the creation of the Compagnie des Cent-Associés; commander in New France “in the absence...

Biography – CHAMPLAIN, SAMUEL DE – Volume I (1000-1700) – Dictionary of Canadian Biography

CHAMPLAIN, SAMUEL DE, draftsman, geographer, explorer, founder of Quebec in 1608, lieutenant to Lieutenant-General Pierre Du Gua de Monts 1608–12, to Lieutenant-General Bourbon de Soissons in 1612, to Viceroy Bourbon de Condé 1612–20, to Viceroy de Montmorency 1620–25, to Viceroy de Ventadour 1625–27; commandant at Quebec in 1627 and 1628, between de Ventadour’s resignation and the creation of the Compagnie des Cent-Associés; commander in New France “in the absence of my Lord the Cardinal de…

Biography – BOUCHER, PIERRE – Volume II (1701-1740) – Dictionary of Canadian Biography (Jim Summers 9x great grandfather)

Biography – BOUCHER, PIERRE – Volume II (1701-1740) – Dictionary of Canadian Biography

BOUCHER, PIERRE, interpreter, soldier, governor of Trois-Rivières, royal judge, founder and seigneur of Boucherville; son of Gaspard Boucher and Nicole Lemer (Lemaire); baptized 1 Aug. 1622 at Mortagne, in Perche (France); d. 19 April 1717 at Boucherville.

Links to Canadian Dictionary of National Biography entry for Benjamin Pearse (1832  -  1902), Chief Surveyor in British Columbia, Canada and born in Devon, England. Vol. 4 Creator: Ethelbert Olaf Stuart Scholefield, Frederic William Howay Publisher: Vancouver : S.J. Clarke Pub. Co Date: 1914.

Biography – PEARSE, BENJAMIN WILLIAM – Volume XIII (1901-1910) – Dictionary of Canadian Biography

Links to Canadian Dictionary of National Biography entry for Benjamin Pearse (1832 - 1902), Chief Surveyor in British Columbia, Canada and born in Devon, England. Vol. 4 Creator: Ethelbert Olaf Stuart Scholefield, Frederic William Howay Publisher: Vancouver : S.J. Clarke Pub. Co Date: 1914.

Biography – McKIERNAN, CHARLES, Joe Beef – Volume XI (1881-1890) – Dictionary of Canadian Biography

Biography – McKIERNAN, CHARLES, Joe Beef – Volume XI (1881-1890) – Dictionary of Canadian Biography

McKIERNAN, CHARLES, known as Joe Beef, soldier and innkeeper: b. c. 1835, probably at Virginia, County Cavan (Republic of Ireland); d. 15 Jan. 1889 in Montreal, Que.

Exploring the Explorers: Samuel de Champlain – Dictionary of Canadian Biography With activities and Answer Keys

Exploring the Explorers: Samuel de Champlain – Dictionary of Canadian Biography

Educational Resources | Samuel de Champlain

Biography – MONCK, CHARLES STANLEY, 4th Viscount MONCK – Volume XII (1891-1900) – Dictionary of Canadian Biography

Biography – MONCK, CHARLES STANLEY, 4th Viscount MONCK – Volume XII (1891-1900) – Dictionary of Canadian Biography

MONCK, CHARLES STANLEY, 4th Viscount MONCK, governor general; b. 10 Oct. 1819 in Templemore (Republic of Ireland), eldest son of Charles Joseph Kelly Monck, 3rd Viscount Monck, and Bridget Willington; m. 22 July 1844 his cousin Lady Elizabeth Louise Mary Monck, a daughter of Henry Stanley Monck, 1st Earl of Rathdowne, and they had at least two sons and two daughters; d. 29 Nov. 1894 at Charleville, his seat in County Wicklow (Republic of Ireland).

Cuthbert Grant Jr., portrait, at about age 19 (Métis, b. c. 1793, Fort de la Rivière Tremblante [near Kamsack, SK]; died 1854 at St. Francois Xavier Parish) NWC career, principal settler, farmer, buffalo hunter, warden, justice of the peace, HBC Councillor of Assiniboia. Source: Wikimedia; from Dictionary of Canadian Biography.

Biography – GRANT, CUTHBERT (d. 1854) – Volume VIII (1851-1860) – Dictionary of Canadian Biography

GRANT, CUTHBERT, fur trader, Métis leader, farmer, office holder, justice of the peace, and politician; b. c. 1793 in Fort de la Rivière Tremblante (near Kamsack, Sask.), son of Cuthbert Grant*, fur trader, and a Métis woman, probably of Cree and French descent; m. according to the custom of the country first Elizabeth MacKay, secondly Madelaine Desmarais, and perhaps thirdly an unnamed woman; m. 1823 Marie McGillis in St Boniface (Man.); he had by these marriages at least three sons and six…

Exploring the Explorers: Jacques Cartier – Dictionary of Canadian Biography with activities and answer keys

Exploring the Explorers: Jacques Cartier – Dictionary of Canadian Biography

Educational Resources | Jacques Cartier

Canada's Prime Ministers: Macdonald to Trudeau - Portraits from the Dictionary of Canadian Biography: Ramsay Cook, Réal Bélanger: 9780802091741: Books - Amazon.ca

Canada's Prime Ministers: Macdonald to Trudeau - Portraits from the Dictionary of Canadian Biography

Canada's Prime Ministers: Macdonald to Trudeau - Portraits from the Dictionary of Canadian Biography: Cook, Ramsay, Bélanger, Réal: 9780802091741: Books - Amazon.ca

Emily Carr / Lewis DeSoto | Extraordinary Canadians

Emily Carr / Lewis DeSoto

Emily Carr Mad, bad, and dangerous to know is how Victorian society dismissed Emily Carr. She once referred to herself as a little old lady on the edge of nowhere. But she was a great traveller. Sh…

Biography – DUMONT, GABRIEL – Volume XIII (1901-1910) – Dictionary of Canadian Biography

Biography – DUMONT, GABRIEL – Volume XIII (1901-1910) – Dictionary of Canadian Biography

DUMONT, GABRIEL, Métis hunter, merchant, ferryman, and political and military leader; b. December 1837 in the Red River settlement (Man.), second son of Isidore Dumont, known as Ekapow, and Louise Laframboise; m. 1858 Madeleine Wilkie at St Joseph (Walhalla, N.Dak.); they had no children but adopted a son and daughter; d. 19 May 1906 in Bellevue (St-Isidore-de-Bellevue), Sask.

Marc Garneau - 1st Canadian in space

Biography of Marc Garneau

Biography of Marc Garneau

Tantoo Cardinal, Actress: Dances with Wolves. Actress Tantoo Cardinal, a Member of the Order of Canada, one of the country's highest civilian honors. The Order of Canada recognizes Cardinal for her contributions to the growth and development of Aboriginal performing arts in Canada. Arguably the most widely recognized Native Actress of her generation; Tantoo has appeared in numerous plays, television programs, and films, including Legends of ...

Tantoo Cardinal - IMDb

Tantoo Cardinal, Actress: Wind River. Actress Tantoo Cardinal, a Member of the Order of Canada, one of the country's highest civilian honors. The Order of Canada recognizes Cardinal for her contributions to the growth and development of Aboriginal performing arts in Canada. Arguably the most widely recognized Native Actress of her generation; Tantoo has appeared in numerous plays, ...

Leslie Hope was born in Nova Scotia, Canada in 1965. Description from vebidoo.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

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Here you can download or wath online all movies with Leslie Hope. Filmography and biography of Leslie Hope. Find pictures and photos, bio and information about the Leslie Hope.

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100 years before Rosa Parks there was Frances Ellen Watkins Harper (1825-1911). She was an author, poet and abolitionist. Born free in Baltimore, she had a prolific career, publishing her first book of poetry at age 20 and her first novel (Iola Leroy) at age 67. In 1850, she became the first woman to teach sewing at the Union Seminary. In 1851, she helped blacks along the Underground Railroad en route to Canada, running from the Fugitive Slave Law of 1850.

Hallie Q. Brown (Hallie Quinn), 1859-1949, compiled and edited by. Homespun Heroines and Other Women of Distinction.

Homespun Heroines and Other Women of Distinction. By Hallie Q. Brown (Hallie Quinn), compiled and edited by

Biography – DENNIS, JOHN STOUGHTON – Volume XVI (1931-1940) – Dictionary of Canadian Biography

Biography – DENNIS, JOHN STOUGHTON (1856-1938) – Volume XVI (1931-1940) – Dictionary of Canadian Biography

DENNIS, JOHN STOUGHTON, surveyor, militia and army officer, civil servant, and railway-company official; b. 22 Oct. 1856 in Weston (Toronto), Upper Canada, eldest son of John Stoughton Dennis* and Sarah Maria Oliver; m. first 29 Dec. 1879 Mary Conroy in Aylmer (Gatineau), Que., and they had a daughter; m. secondly 1921, in New York City, Kate Hunter of Kingston, Ont.; d. 26 Nov. 1938 in Victoria.

Samuel de Champlain Biography (Bio.com) -- Finally! A way to study explorers with my son that does not put us BOTH to sleep! :D

Samuel de Champlain

Samuel de Champlain was a French explorer and cartographer best known for establishing and governing the settlements of New France and the city of Quebec.

Scholastic Canada Biographies: Canadian Inventors

Scholastic Canada Biographies: Canadian Inventors

Five fascinating biographies of some of the most famous Canadian inventors who ever lived. From Alexander Graham Bell and the telephone, to James Naismith and the game of basketball, this book is written in easy-to-understand language and is a terrific introduction to Canadians who have changed how we live today

Scholastic Canada Biographies: Canadian Heroes

Scholastic Canada Biographies: Canadian Heroes

Read fascinating biographies of five heroic Canadians who have confronted danger or adversity in brave, resourceful and admirable ways. Included are Madeleine de Verchères, the young defender of the family fort in New France; Dr. Norman Bethune, the innovative surgeon of war-torn Spain and China; Sergeant Tommy Prince, whose daring exploits made him the most decorated Native Canadian soldier; Terry Fox and his inspirational Marathon of Hope for cancer research; and Roberta Bondar, the first…

Lawren Harris, self-portrait, 1932, oil on paperboard. Art Gallery of Ontario.

A painter's progress

Canadians love the paintings of Lawren Harris, the Brantford-born artist who has gone down in history as the driving force behind the Group of Seve...

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Mountain Galleries at the Fairmont

Locations in the Chateau Whistler, Banff Springs and The Jasper Park lodge, Mountain Galleries features a beautifully diverse range of Canadian art. Ranges from abstract expressionism to magic realism, stone and ceramic sculpture and furniture.

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A. Y. Jackson -Group of Seven-Road To Chicoutimi

Art Country Canada A. Y. JACKSON Worlds Largest Collection of Limited Edition Prints and Canvas Group Of Seven

Third and fourth grade students from Ontario, Canada create amazing Emily Carr-Inspired trees and forests.  Art Lesson from Deep Space Sparkle

Emily Carr Art Lesson Plan and Kids Art Gallery from Ontario - Deep Space Sparkle

Third and fourth grade students from Ontario, Canada create amazing Emily Carr-Inspired trees and forests. Art Lesson from Deep Space Sparkle

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Sir John Franklin, Arctic navigator and explorer

Biography – FRANKLIN, Sir JOHN – Volume VII (1836-1850) – Dictionary of Canadian Biography

FRANKLIN, Sir JOHN, naval officer, explorer, colonial governor, and author; b. 16 April 1786 in Spilsby, England, son of Willingham Franklin and Hannah Weeks; m. first 19 Aug. 1823 Eleanor Anne Porden (d. 1825) in London, England, and they had one daughter; m. secondly 5 Nov. 1828 Jane Griffin* in Stanmore (London), England; they had no children; d. 11 June 1847, probably on board hms Erebus near King William Island (Nt).

RIGAUD DE VAUDREUIL DE CAVAGNIAL, PIERRE DE, marquis de Vaudreuil

Biographie – BEAUHARNOIS DE LA BOISCHE, CHARLES DE, marquis de BEAUHARNOIS – Volume III (1741-1770) – Dictionnaire biographique du Canada

BEAUHARNOIS DE LA BOISCHE, CHARLES DE, marquis de BEAUHARNOIS, seigneur de Villechauve, officier de marine, gouverneur général de la Nouvelle-France, lieutenant général des armées navales, né au château familial de La Chaussaye, près d’Orléans, France, et baptisé le 12 octobre 1671, fils de François de Beauharnois de La Boische, et de Marguerite-Françoise Pyvart (Pinard) de Chastullé, inhumé le 12 juillet 1749 dans la paroisse de Saint-Sauveur à Paris.

George Vancouver,  born June 22, 1757—explored w James Cook—Vancouver and shipmates were first Europeans to set foot in BC  – Dictionary of Canadian Biography

Biography – VANCOUVER, GEORGE – Volume IV (1771-1800) – Dictionary of Canadian Biography

VANCOUVER, GEORGE, naval officer and explorer; b. 22 June 1757 at King’s Lynn, England, sixth and youngest child of John Jasper Vancouver, deputy collector of customs at King’s Lynn and a descendant of the titled Van Coeverden family, one of the oldest in Holland, and Bridget Berners, daughter of an old Essex and Norfolk family that traced its ancestry back to Sir Richard Grenville of Revenge fame; d. 12 May 1798 at Petersham (Greater London), England.

Original title: John A. MacDonald (1815-91). "Canada's first prime minister and architect of the Canadian constitution, the British North America Act...His biggest achievement was guiding the constitutional conferences which led to the 1867 BNA Act, joining Quebec, Ontario, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia as the confederation of Canada...Macdonald led the country through many difficult periods including Fenian attacks through the USA and the union of the colonies of P.E.I., BC and Manitoba…

Biography – MACDONALD, Sir JOHN ALEXANDER – Volume XII (1891-1900) – Dictionary of Canadian Biography

MACDONALD, Sir JOHN ALEXANDER, lawyer, businessman, and politician; b. 10 Jan. 1815 (the registered date) or 11 Jan. (the date he and his family celebrated) in Glasgow, Scotland, son of Hugh Macdonald and Helen Shaw; m. first 1 Sept. 1843 Isabella Clark (d. 1857) in Kingston, Upper Canada, and they had two sons; m. secondly 16 Feb. 1867 Susan Agnes Bernard* in London, England, and they had a daughter; d. 6 June 1891 in Ottawa.

CHAMPLAIN, SAMUEL DE, draftsman, geographer, explorer, founder of Quebec in 1608, lieutenant to Lieutenant-General Pierre Du Gua de Monts 1608–12, to Lieutenant-General Bourbon de Soissons in 1612, to Viceroy Bourbon de Condé 1612–20, to Viceroy de Montmorency 1620–25, to Viceroy de Ventadour 1625–27; commandant at Quebec in 1627 and 1628, between de Ventadour’s resignation and the creation of the Compagnie des Cent-Associés; commander in New France “in the absence...

Biography – CHAMPLAIN, SAMUEL DE – Volume I (1000-1700) – Dictionary of Canadian Biography

CHAMPLAIN, SAMUEL DE, draftsman, geographer, explorer, founder of Quebec in 1608, lieutenant to Lieutenant-General Pierre Du Gua de Monts 1608–12, to Lieutenant-General Bourbon de Soissons in 1612, to Viceroy Bourbon de Condé 1612–20, to Viceroy de Montmorency 1620–25, to Viceroy de Ventadour 1625–27; commandant at Quebec in 1627 and 1628, between de Ventadour’s resignation and the creation of the Compagnie des Cent-Associés; commander in New France “in the absence of my Lord the Cardinal de…

Biography – BOUCHER, PIERRE – Volume II (1701-1740) – Dictionary of Canadian Biography (Jim Summers 9x great grandfather)

Biography – BOUCHER, PIERRE – Volume II (1701-1740) – Dictionary of Canadian Biography

BOUCHER, PIERRE, interpreter, soldier, governor of Trois-Rivières, royal judge, founder and seigneur of Boucherville; son of Gaspard Boucher and Nicole Lemer (Lemaire); baptized 1 Aug. 1622 at Mortagne, in Perche (France); d. 19 April 1717 at Boucherville.

Links to Canadian Dictionary of National Biography entry for Benjamin Pearse (1832  -  1902), Chief Surveyor in British Columbia, Canada and born in Devon, England. Vol. 4 Creator: Ethelbert Olaf Stuart Scholefield, Frederic William Howay Publisher: Vancouver : S.J. Clarke Pub. Co Date: 1914.

Biography – PEARSE, BENJAMIN WILLIAM – Volume XIII (1901-1910) – Dictionary of Canadian Biography

Links to Canadian Dictionary of National Biography entry for Benjamin Pearse (1832 - 1902), Chief Surveyor in British Columbia, Canada and born in Devon, England. Vol. 4 Creator: Ethelbert Olaf Stuart Scholefield, Frederic William Howay Publisher: Vancouver : S.J. Clarke Pub. Co Date: 1914.

Biography – McKIERNAN, CHARLES, Joe Beef – Volume XI (1881-1890) – Dictionary of Canadian Biography

Biography – McKIERNAN, CHARLES, Joe Beef – Volume XI (1881-1890) – Dictionary of Canadian Biography

McKIERNAN, CHARLES, known as Joe Beef, soldier and innkeeper: b. c. 1835, probably at Virginia, County Cavan (Republic of Ireland); d. 15 Jan. 1889 in Montreal, Que.

Exploring the Explorers: Samuel de Champlain – Dictionary of Canadian Biography With activities and Answer Keys

Exploring the Explorers: Samuel de Champlain – Dictionary of Canadian Biography

Educational Resources | Samuel de Champlain

Biography – MONCK, CHARLES STANLEY, 4th Viscount MONCK – Volume XII (1891-1900) – Dictionary of Canadian Biography

Biography – MONCK, CHARLES STANLEY, 4th Viscount MONCK – Volume XII (1891-1900) – Dictionary of Canadian Biography

MONCK, CHARLES STANLEY, 4th Viscount MONCK, governor general; b. 10 Oct. 1819 in Templemore (Republic of Ireland), eldest son of Charles Joseph Kelly Monck, 3rd Viscount Monck, and Bridget Willington; m. 22 July 1844 his cousin Lady Elizabeth Louise Mary Monck, a daughter of Henry Stanley Monck, 1st Earl of Rathdowne, and they had at least two sons and two daughters; d. 29 Nov. 1894 at Charleville, his seat in County Wicklow (Republic of Ireland).

Cuthbert Grant Jr., portrait, at about age 19 (Métis, b. c. 1793, Fort de la Rivière Tremblante [near Kamsack, SK]; died 1854 at St. Francois Xavier Parish) NWC career, principal settler, farmer, buffalo hunter, warden, justice of the peace, HBC Councillor of Assiniboia. Source: Wikimedia; from Dictionary of Canadian Biography.

Biography – GRANT, CUTHBERT (d. 1854) – Volume VIII (1851-1860) – Dictionary of Canadian Biography

GRANT, CUTHBERT, fur trader, Métis leader, farmer, office holder, justice of the peace, and politician; b. c. 1793 in Fort de la Rivière Tremblante (near Kamsack, Sask.), son of Cuthbert Grant*, fur trader, and a Métis woman, probably of Cree and French descent; m. according to the custom of the country first Elizabeth MacKay, secondly Madelaine Desmarais, and perhaps thirdly an unnamed woman; m. 1823 Marie McGillis in St Boniface (Man.); he had by these marriages at least three sons and six…

Exploring the Explorers: Jacques Cartier – Dictionary of Canadian Biography with activities and answer keys

Exploring the Explorers: Jacques Cartier – Dictionary of Canadian Biography

Educational Resources | Jacques Cartier

Canada's Prime Ministers: Macdonald to Trudeau - Portraits from the Dictionary of Canadian Biography: Ramsay Cook, Réal Bélanger: 9780802091741: Books - Amazon.ca

Canada's Prime Ministers: Macdonald to Trudeau - Portraits from the Dictionary of Canadian Biography

Canada's Prime Ministers: Macdonald to Trudeau - Portraits from the Dictionary of Canadian Biography: Cook, Ramsay, Bélanger, Réal: 9780802091741: Books - Amazon.ca

Canadian Fall, Canada, 1870, by Otto Reinhold Jacobi.

Canadian Fall, Canada, 1870, by Otto Reinhold Jacobi.

Emily Carr / Lewis DeSoto | Extraordinary Canadians

Emily Carr / Lewis DeSoto

Emily Carr Mad, bad, and dangerous to know is how Victorian society dismissed Emily Carr. She once referred to herself as a little old lady on the edge of nowhere. But she was a great traveller. Sh…

Biography – DUMONT, GABRIEL – Volume XIII (1901-1910) – Dictionary of Canadian Biography

Biography – DUMONT, GABRIEL – Volume XIII (1901-1910) – Dictionary of Canadian Biography

DUMONT, GABRIEL, Métis hunter, merchant, ferryman, and political and military leader; b. December 1837 in the Red River settlement (Man.), second son of Isidore Dumont, known as Ekapow, and Louise Laframboise; m. 1858 Madeleine Wilkie at St Joseph (Walhalla, N.Dak.); they had no children but adopted a son and daughter; d. 19 May 1906 in Bellevue (St-Isidore-de-Bellevue), Sask.